First up for the 49ers after their bye is the St. Louis Rams. After beating them less than a month ago, San Francisco should have no problems doing it again in front of their own home crowd.
At the halfway point in their season, two players who have helped the 49ers out, and were not expected to do so, are Stevie Johnson and Perrish Cox. On the other hand, Vernon Davis was expected to post huge numbers and has failed to make an type of impact on the offense.
Nobody could blame Perrish Cox for confusing his uniform, defensive schemes or even what state he’s in these days. It’s been a constant switcheroo.
A Denver judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a woman who accused 49ers cornerback Perrish Cox of sexual assault.
The 49ers released the cornerback Thursday after he spent eight seasons with the team. The 30-year-old Spencer started every game in 2009 and 2010 but appeared in only nine games with no starts for coach Jim Harbaugh and the NFC West champions last season.
Cornerback Perrish Cox is getting a fresh start with the San Francisco 49ers, signing a two-year contract
more than a week after being acquitted on sexual assault charges in Colorado.